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Slap Spotlight: She took her hair before chemo could

Grace sat down to talk more with Olivia Gaines, a strong young woman who is currently battling a rare form of leukemia. We got to hear more about her journey from Olivia and her mom, and how Olivia took control of her circumstances by deciding to cut her hair.


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SYLVIA ARNOLD
SYLVIA ARNOLD

August 22, 2016

GOD’S GLORY FOR EVERYONE!!! PRAISE THE LORD INDEED!!! #AGAPELOVE!!!

Azeezah Abdullah
Azeezah Abdullah

July 21, 2016

Such a beautiful story and beautiful person. I pray that she recovers.

Beth
Beth

July 18, 2016

Hello,

I am going to be purchasing my first slap cap this Friday. I also wanted to know where has this been all my life. I too was diagnosed with cancer this year and it’s been a tough journey. I’m so happy to see this story, meet the founder of slap caps and rock one of these adorable beanies myself. Thanks for making these and God bless you all!

Denise Wilson
Denise Wilson

July 17, 2016

Ms. Grace, your nane is indicative of your heart, a heart that share’s and gives back. Prayers to Olivia and her family. God is a healer, and His grace and mercied endureth forever. I can’t wait for Olivia’s testimony of what God has done.

Samantha
Samantha

June 02, 2016

Beautiful!!! Praying for Olivia(my daughters name also), that God will send a healing!

Camille Green
Camille Green

March 30, 2016

This is an amazing, heartfelt story!!! I pray Olivia will make a full recovery… There are so many people suffering from cancer; my family weren’t exempted. If we all come together and unite; be on one accord and pray to our Lord & Savior, then we can fight not just this illness but ALL illnesses… Prayer really works!!! Hallelujah!!! Thank You Jesus for your Mercy & Grace!!!

Cheryl Dade
Cheryl Dade

March 30, 2016

Oh my God! What a beautiful story, beautiful Olivia and beautiful Grace for bringing it to us.
Prayers for Olivia daily.

Tanzaika Lillard
Tanzaika Lillard

March 30, 2016

Early January I was also diagnosed with cancer. It’s so hard to hear those words “YOU HAVE CANCER”. Since then I have had a bilateral mastectomy and will begin my journey with chemotherapy in 2 weeks. I have owned my one and only slap for some time now but I know it will be my heads new best friend. Thanks for making such a great product.

Cheryl Gaines
Cheryl Gaines

March 30, 2016

The segment on my “O girl” moved me to tears. It helped me to see how we as moms can unwittingly cause pain and suffering in the very ones we love so dearly. We cannot allow social norms and standards to set the bar in our lives as “Kingdom Dwellers” because only our creator’s standards count. Thanks for making life clear. It is truly more simplistic than we realize. Once we know the truth, it will set us FREE.

Linda Thornton Hillery
Linda Thornton Hillery

March 30, 2016

Olivia! I have a daughter whose name is Olivia. What a beautiful name for another beautiful Sister-Woman. I am buying my first 2 Slapcaps!
Sending you positive energy, strength and courage on your journey back to good health!

Angela Sims
Angela Sims

March 30, 2016

Ms. Grace: I am loving on you so much for being such a socially conscious company. This motivates to buy as many SLAPS as I can, to be a blessing to you, your business, and to others as you bless them. Keep up the great work.

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